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Unread 28-08-2007, 04:32 PM   #1
Pat (Disciple of Aloof-ism)
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Bad Gateway 502

OK.. I'm stumped.

My IE 7 appears to be working fine. I can access all websites I have every
wanted with one exception. What is this exception?

I recently installed MS Reporting Services on this computer. All went well.
When I try to access the http:// site where all of my reports have been
deployed, IE 7 shows a blank page with the message:

"Bad Gateway 502". [code=DNS_HOST_NOT_FOUND] The host name was not found
during the DNS lookup. Contact your system administrator if the problem is
not found by retrying the URL.

I have tried using another Browser (Firefox) and it accesses the page just
fine. I have even went one step further by trying to access the http site
from another computer (also using IE7) via an Intranet. It works fine. I
have never seen any othe webpage that I have tried to access have a problem.
Only this one.

Where can I make changes. It is not asking me for a password. It is not
even partially bringing up the webpage.

I have tried clearing all history. I have tried to check the settings in
the IIS section. I have updated my IE7. I have even uninstalled IE7 and
tried to use IE6 but to no avail. I am using XP Professional.

Any suggestions would be welcomed.

Pat
 
Unread 28-08-2007, 04:49 PM   #2
Robert Aldwinckle
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Re: Bad Gateway 502

"Pat (Disciple of Aloof-ism)" <PatDiscipleofAloofism@discussions.microsoft.com > wrote in message
news:1DB6BC4A-9140-4804-BFF7-7B7FE6D17FFC@microsoft.com...
> OK.. I'm stumped.
>
> My IE 7 appears to be working fine. I can access all websites I have every
> wanted with one exception. What is this exception?
>
> I recently installed MS Reporting Services on this computer. All went well.
> When I try to access the http:// site where all of my reports have been
> deployed, IE 7 shows a blank page with the message:
>
> "Bad Gateway 502". [code=DNS_HOST_NOT_FOUND] The host name was not found
> during the DNS lookup. Contact your system administrator if the problem is
> not found by retrying the URL.
>
> I have tried using another Browser (Firefox) and it accesses the page just
> fine. I have even went one step further by trying to access the http site
> from another computer (also using IE7) via an Intranet. It works fine. I
> have never seen any othe webpage that I have tried to access have a problem.
> Only this one.



There are several possibilities which could account for your symptoms.
Details would help narrow them down.

Alternatively you could try installing FiddlerTool and seeing exactly
what the differences are between the requests and responses for
your two cases. Also, then you might like to see if Firefox is still
as successful or gets the same results if you spoof an MSIE 7.0
User-Agent with it. ; }

Alternatively use telnet 80 to simulate the first GET to that server.

Etc.


>
> Where can I make changes. It is not asking me for a password. It is not
> even partially bringing up the webpage.
>
> I have tried clearing all history. I have tried to check the settings in
> the IIS section. I have updated my IE7. I have even uninstalled IE7 and
> tried to use IE6 but to no avail. I am using XP Professional.
>
> Any suggestions would be welcomed.
>
> Pat



Good luck

Robert Aldwinckle
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Unread 28-08-2007, 04:54 PM   #3
Robert Aldwinckle
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Re: Bad Gateway 502

"Pat (Disciple of Aloof-ism)" <PatDiscipleofAloofism@discussions.microsoft.com > wrote in message
news:1DB6BC4A-9140-4804-BFF7-7B7FE6D17FFC@microsoft.com...
> OK.. I'm stumped.
>
> My IE 7 appears to be working fine. I can access all websites I have every
> wanted with one exception. What is this exception?
>
> I recently installed MS Reporting Services on this computer. All went well.
> When I try to access the http:// site where all of my reports have been
> deployed, IE 7 shows a blank page with the message:
>
> "Bad Gateway 502". [code=DNS_HOST_NOT_FOUND] The host name was not found
> during the DNS lookup. Contact your system administrator if the problem is
> not found by retrying the URL.
>
> I have tried using another Browser (Firefox) and it accesses the page just
> fine. I have even went one step further by trying to access the http site
> from another computer (also using IE7) via an Intranet. It works fine. I
> have never seen any othe webpage that I have tried to access have a problem.
> Only this one.



There are several possibilities which could account for your symptoms.
Details would help narrow them down.

Alternatively you could try installing FiddlerTool and seeing exactly
what the differences are between the requests and responses for
your two cases. Also, then you might like to see if Firefox is still
as successful or gets the same results if you spoof an MSIE 7.0
User-Agent with it. ; }

Alternatively use telnet 80 to simulate the first GET to that server.

Etc.


>
> Where can I make changes. It is not asking me for a password. It is not
> even partially bringing up the webpage.
>
> I have tried clearing all history. I have tried to check the settings in
> the IIS section. I have updated my IE7. I have even uninstalled IE7 and
> tried to use IE6 but to no avail. I am using XP Professional.
>
> Any suggestions would be welcomed.
>
> Pat



Good luck

Robert Aldwinckle
---


 
Unread 28-08-2007, 04:55 PM   #4
Robert Aldwinckle
Guest
 
Posts: n/a
Re: Bad Gateway 502

"Pat (Disciple of Aloof-ism)" <PatDiscipleofAloofism@discussions.microsoft.com > wrote in message
news:1DB6BC4A-9140-4804-BFF7-7B7FE6D17FFC@microsoft.com...
> OK.. I'm stumped.
>
> My IE 7 appears to be working fine. I can access all websites I have every
> wanted with one exception. What is this exception?
>
> I recently installed MS Reporting Services on this computer. All went well.
> When I try to access the http:// site where all of my reports have been
> deployed, IE 7 shows a blank page with the message:
>
> "Bad Gateway 502". [code=DNS_HOST_NOT_FOUND] The host name was not found
> during the DNS lookup. Contact your system administrator if the problem is
> not found by retrying the URL.
>
> I have tried using another Browser (Firefox) and it accesses the page just
> fine. I have even went one step further by trying to access the http site
> from another computer (also using IE7) via an Intranet. It works fine. I
> have never seen any othe webpage that I have tried to access have a problem.
> Only this one.



There are several possibilities which could account for your symptoms.
Details would help narrow them down.

Alternatively you could try installing FiddlerTool and seeing exactly
what the differences are between the requests and responses for
your two cases. Also, then you might like to see if Firefox is still
as successful or gets the same results if you spoof an MSIE 7.0
User-Agent with it. ; }

Alternatively use telnet 80 to simulate the first GET to that server.

Etc.


>
> Where can I make changes. It is not asking me for a password. It is not
> even partially bringing up the webpage.
>
> I have tried clearing all history. I have tried to check the settings in
> the IIS section. I have updated my IE7. I have even uninstalled IE7 and
> tried to use IE6 but to no avail. I am using XP Professional.
>
> Any suggestions would be welcomed.
>
> Pat



Good luck

Robert Aldwinckle
---


 
Unread 28-08-2007, 05:04 PM   #5
Robert Aldwinckle
Guest
 
Posts: n/a
Re: Bad Gateway 502

"Pat (Disciple of Aloof-ism)" <PatDiscipleofAloofism@discussions.microsoft.com > wrote in message
news:1DB6BC4A-9140-4804-BFF7-7B7FE6D17FFC@microsoft.com...
> OK.. I'm stumped.
>
> My IE 7 appears to be working fine. I can access all websites I have every
> wanted with one exception. What is this exception?
>
> I recently installed MS Reporting Services on this computer. All went well.
> When I try to access the http:// site where all of my reports have been
> deployed, IE 7 shows a blank page with the message:
>
> "Bad Gateway 502". [code=DNS_HOST_NOT_FOUND] The host name was not found
> during the DNS lookup. Contact your system administrator if the problem is
> not found by retrying the URL.
>
> I have tried using another Browser (Firefox) and it accesses the page just
> fine. I have even went one step further by trying to access the http site
> from another computer (also using IE7) via an Intranet. It works fine. I
> have never seen any othe webpage that I have tried to access have a problem.
> Only this one.



There are several possibilities which could account for your symptoms.
Details would help narrow them down.

Alternatively you could try installing FiddlerTool and seeing exactly
what the differences are between the requests and responses for
your two cases. Also, then you might like to see if Firefox is still
as successful or gets the same results if you spoof an MSIE 7.0
User-Agent with it. ; }

Alternatively use telnet 80 to simulate the first GET to that server.

Etc.


>
> Where can I make changes. It is not asking me for a password. It is not
> even partially bringing up the webpage.
>
> I have tried clearing all history. I have tried to check the settings in
> the IIS section. I have updated my IE7. I have even uninstalled IE7 and
> tried to use IE6 but to no avail. I am using XP Professional.
>
> Any suggestions would be welcomed.
>
> Pat



Good luck

Robert Aldwinckle
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